Omak Okanogan Shuttle Route Deviation


On October 4, 2016, there will be a small route deviation that will affect the stop across from the Omak Library due to the closure of the intersection of Ash Street and Central Avenue in Omak.  For the day of Tuesday, October 4th, the bus stop at the Omak Library will be changed one block to the South by Wells Fargo Bank on 1st Street. 


The bus will turn right on 1st Street, pick up passengers on 1st Street then turn left into the ally between Ash Street and Main Street.  The bus will then turn right onto Central Avenue and continue on its normal route. 

Announcement of Construction Bid Opportunity


Click on this link to access the fixed route web portal – you can use this address to SEE TRANGO BUSES IN REAL TIME:



Click here for a the DRAFT Transit Development plan available for public comments up until 6:00pm on August 18th. Public Comments can be sent to Kelly Scalf, CEO/General Manager, at

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                             ** If you would like to PURCHASE A BUS PASS, you can pay with a debit/credit card over the phone (509) 557-6177 or stop by our office JULY 1st – at 303 2nd Ave S, Suite A, Okanogan, WA 98840**


Schedules below for Methow Valley Route, Okanogan Valley Route & Omak/Okanogan Shuttle beginning JULY 1, 2016

Methow Schedule English Final

Okanogan Schedule English Final

Omak Okanogan Shuttle 0716

Click on this link to access the fixed route web portal – you can use this address to SEE TRANGO BUSES IN REAL TIME:



Four broad policy goals are intended to implement the OCTA mission statement by guiding the development of the comprehensive plan, the overall management of the authority, and the operation of its services. Each policy goal is supported by objectives and implementation strategies that are detailed below:

  1. Operate safe, clean, accessible, customer-oriented and cost-effective public transportation services.
  2. Provide mobility and access to critical services, employment and commerce.
  3. Enhance the character and economic vitality of communities.
  4. Support local, regional and state policies for transportation system development, community and economic development, and environmental stewardship.


 Click on this link to see TranGO’s 2015-2020 Transit Development Plan ——->  2015-2020 Transit Development Plan